New Canadian guidelines will improve treatment of acute migraines

New Canadian guidelines will improve treatment of acute migraines.

Help patients develop a treatment plan based on their migraine symptoms and medication history.

Acetaminophen is a starting point for mild to moderate attacks. Explain that it's not as effective as NSAIDs...but has fewer GI effects. Recommend 1000 mg every 4 to 6 hours...up to 4000 mg per day.

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